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Saturday & Sunday Word: Mammothrept & Matronolagnia

mam·mo·thrept [măm´mô`thrĕpt]:
origin: (unknown etymology) Latin, mammothreptus; from Greek μάμμη/mammē = “grandmother” + τρέφω/trephō = “to bring up”

noun
A child raised by their grandmother; an archaic way of saying "spoiled child"; a petulant child brought up by inept and/or overly indulgent guardians.


ma·tro·no·lag·ni·a [ˈmă´trô`nō`lägˈnē-ə]:
origin: (1400's) Middle English matrona= "married woman"

noun
The fancy way of saying a person attracted to "MILF"s; an attraction to older women (particularly those who have had children); an Oedipus complex.



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